One-Answer Blindsolving Question Thread

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  1. mark49152

    mark49152 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm not fast, but here's my $0.02 anyway... I use rooms for BigBLD not just because it helps me remember, but because I can change rooms on each attempt to avoid mixing up memo during a session. I have enough rooms used for MBLD that I can go a whole BigBLD session without recycling.
     
  2. Carl La Hood

    Carl La Hood Member

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    Does anybody know a stable cube for blind that won't undershoot or overshoot when performing an alg.
     
  3. hamfaceman

    hamfaceman Member

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    TangLong?
     
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  4. h2f

    h2f Premium Member

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    Valk3? I use it for few months and no problem with it.
     
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  5. is there a timer that always gives scrambles with twisted corners?

    I want to practice bad scrambles with 3+ twisted corners
     
  6. YY

    YY Member

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    Champly!
    http://www.terabo.net/champly/

    I know this site, but it's written by only Japanese and it doesn't have timer function.
    You can make nCO scrambles by:
    1. choose "スクランブル種類" and select "パラメータを設定"
    2. enter n into blank with "CO数"

    If you want to use it by English, I'll send request to the creator of this tool.
     
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  7. Carl La Hood

    Carl La Hood Member

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    Thanks for suggestions :) I will try the TangLong and Valk at a competition Im going to in a few days (I have tried the valk before but I havent tried doing a blind solve on it)
     
  8. CasualCuber

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    Do we have to use the same type of cube for multibld?(e.g. 6 moyu hualong)Or can we use different types of cube for multibld?(e.g. 2 valk,2 gan 356 air master,2 qiyi thunderclap)
    I would also like to know which cubes you recommend for multibld.
     
  9. Goosly

    Goosly Member

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    No
     
  10. DGCubes

    DGCubes Member

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    It's all personal preference, but it's generally good to have something that won't pop and is easy to control.
     
  11. Berd

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    You can use any cubes you want, given they obey the regulations. I use guanlongs.
     
  12. newtonbase

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    I like Thunderclaps (v1).
     
  13. sundeco

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    I'm using the classic Pochmann method right now for 3BLD, when would be a good time for me to consider switching to M2 method for edges?
     
  14. h2f

    h2f Premium Member

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    You can do it now.
     
  15. newtonbase

    newtonbase Premium Member

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    Does anyone use ubl as their buffer for U2? I'm trying to go straight to center comms but I need some backup algs for trickier cases.
    I haven't attempted a full 4BLD solve yet.
     
  16. *Ubl, not ubl
    that would be a inside the cube :p

    yeah most people use Ubl as their U2 buffer
    A couple of people use Ubr but it doesn't matter really
     
  17. phreaker

    phreaker Member

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    Try a magnetic... the feeling of the magnets helps you feel assured, for BLD.
     
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  18. CasualCuber

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    Is it possible to get sub 1:30 with Old Pochmann method? Is turbo or m2 easier to learn?
     
  19. Scruggsy13

    Scruggsy13 Member

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    Yes, but you would have to really push your memo or execution speed since OP is extremely move inefficient. Learning one of the other two methods will make it much easier. I never learned turbo, but from what I've heard it's trickier to learn than M2 but then is easier to transition from into 3-style. You'll also have to consider whether you want DF or UF as your edge buffer. Ultimately it may not make *that* much of a difference.
     
  20. mark49152

    mark49152 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Some people have got sub-40 with M2/OP. M2 or TuRBo is just personal preference. Both are quite easy, both offer easier transition to 3style than OP, and UF or DF buffer doesn't make much difference, that's just personal preference too. Look at tutorials of both and see which one appeals to you most.
     

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